Trustees with the M.W. and Fair Miller Foundation have been delivering lots of holiday cheer this month by presenting generous grants to many local schools and non-profit organizations in Fannin County. One generous gift was for $22,000 to the Fannin County Children’s Center.
“Once again, we are excited and honored to receive such a generous gift,” said Sandy Barber, Executive Director of the Children’s Center. “This gift will provide many critical support services for kids from hard places. This donation will make sure advocacy, counseling, forensic interviews and many other support services are available to help children heal from the trauma of abuse and neglect.”
The M.W. and Fair Miller Foundation was incorporated in 1988 and organized for the betterment and care of the children in Fannin County. Currently serving on the Board of Trustees are Dr. Jerry Hopson, Tyler Todd and Dr. Dana Sisk.
The Fannin County Children’s Center is a nonprofit agency that has been serving abused and neglected children since 1993. Programs include CASA, Children’s Advocacy Center and child abuse prevention. For more information about the Children’s Center, including volunteer opportunities, go to www.fanninccc.org.